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I don't understand why many people here seemingly disappointed with the simplicity of plot. 'Hotarubu no mori e' is one of those animes that gonna linger around in your head for while after watching. It's story of a little girl who gets into kinda of crush with a forest spirit. Beautiful soundtrack with breathtaking shots of forest and summer is delightful to watch.
The story is simple with no major twists or heavy drama, most of expressions of simple and short which makes this too romantic.
This is definitely a film that I would cherish and watch over and over. Nothing less to Ghibili studios'.
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